Did the San Antonio Spurs finally hit the proverbial playoff wall in Game 2, or did the Memphis Grizzlies finally rediscover their identity 84 minutes into the Western Conference Finals? Clearly something took place in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
After the Memphis Grizzlies fell into an 0-2 hole to the San Antonio Spurs, it would be easy to count this team out of the NBA's Western Conference final. It would also be foolish. Looking at what has happened to Memphis thus far in this series, it's eerily reminiscent of the team's first playoff series against the Los Angeles Clippers. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs beat the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night, giving them a valuable 2-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals. A 2-0 series lead is pretty exciting stuff, especially for one fan who was caught screaming "We didShow More Summary
We need a miracle for our Western Conference Finals prediction (Memphis in six games) to come true. But we've still had an okay playoffs overall (9/12 correct, 4/12 exactly correct). In the Eastern Conference Finals, we're picking the Miami Heat in six games. Show More Summary
Don't weep for the Memphis Grizzlies. They may be down two games to none against the San Antonio Spurs in the 2013 Western Conference Finals but that should hardly preclude them from making this series a competitive one. After all, the...Show More Summary
Even if the San Antonio Spurs can't help but feel a touch uneasy about their 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals, Tony Parker is completely comfortable.
Say what you want about the Memphis Grizzlies’ Tony Allen—he’s a flopper and a ridiculous actor—but at least the guy always knows the score. Last night in San Antonio, during Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals between the Spurs and Grizzlies, a steal off Manu Ginobili at center court sent Tony Allen in for [...]
As the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks duel for a spot in the Western Conference Finals, two avid California hockey fanbases are taking the opportunity to prove themselves among the NHL's most influential. After the defending Stanley...Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker plans to have an MRI on Thursday on his troublesome left calf, although he doesn't expect to miss any playing time in the Western Conference finals.
I am a basketball expert. Because of this, I can say with confidence that missing seven consecutive lay-ups is not a good way to win the Western Conference finals. The [...] The post Dear Lord, Let’s Watch The Memphis Grizzlies Miss 7 Lay-Ups In A Row appeared first on With Leather.
The San Antonio Spurs threw away a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter and needed overtime last night in Game Two of the Western Conference Finals series against the Memphis Grizzlies. But in the end, they “did it.” They got the job done in overtime and came away with the 93-89 victory, and a 2-0 [...]
Thank the high heavens for the Buffalo Wild Wings Button. For about six and a half quarters, the 2013 Western Conference finals was as exciting as the CSPAN channel. San [...]
Two games are in the books in the Western Conference finals and the Eastern Conference finals are set to start on Wednesday night. Having come this far, the Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers, Memphis Grizzlies and San Antonio Spurs believe they are championship material. Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies hold many problems in their hands after losing the first two games of the Western Conference finals to the San Antonio Spurs. Whether they adjust in those areas will determine whether they come back to win the series. Show More Summary
You'd hardly know the San Antonio Spurs were a high-flying finesse team after the way they closed out Game 2 of the 2013 Western Conference Finals against the Memphis Grizzlies Tuesday night. The Spurs were up by as many as 18 points in the third quarter and 14 in the fourth. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: Tim Duncan scored 17 points, including six in overtime when Memphis could score only four, and the San Antonio Spurs have managed a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals after a shaky 93-89 victory over the Grizzlies on Tuesday at AT&T Center.
In an overtime thriller, the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Memphis Grizzlies, 93-89, to take Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals and assume a 2-0 series lead. The Spurs held a 12-point lead entering the fourth quarter, but the Grizzlies mounted a 15-2 run down the stretch to tie the game with 15 seconds remaining on a floater by Mike Conley. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs easily took Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals away from the Memphis Grizzlies. Yet, even after watching that disaster, one cannot rule Memphis out, especially since they went down in their previous two series and still managed to advance. Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs vs Memphis Grizzlies takes place in the NBA Playoffs Western Conference finals on Tuesday night with the teams coming together for Game 2 of their series.
We all saw this coming, but I don't think we realized it would be this bad: the Grizzlies-Spurs Western Conference Finals opener on Sunday drew a putrid 3.9 overnight rating, the lowest for a Conference Finals Game 1 since 2007, when...Show More Summary